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File #: 12-0889    Version: 1 Name: PW - East Anaheim St. PBIA
Type: Resolution Status: Adopted
File created: 10/1/2012 In control: City Council
On agenda: 10/16/2012 Final action: 10/16/2012
Title: Recommendation to receive supporting documentation into the record, conclude the hearing, adopt resolution continuing the East Anaheim Street Parking and Business Improvement Area program and assessment for the period of October 1, 2012 through September 30, 2013; authorize City Manager to execute an agreement with the East Anaheim Street Business Association for a one-year term; and increase appropriations in the Parking and Business Area Improvement Fund (SR 132) in the Department of Public Works (PW) by $15,170. (Districts 3,4)
Sponsors: Public Works
Attachments: 1. 101612-H-4sr&att.pdf, 2. RES-12-0097.pdf
Related files: 13-0897
TITLE
Recommendation to receive supporting documentation into the record, conclude the hearing, adopt resolution continuing the East Anaheim Street Parking and Business Improvement Area program and assessment for the period of October 1, 2012 through September 30, 2013; authorize City Manager to execute an agreement with the East Anaheim Street Business Association for a one-year term; and increase appropriations in the Parking and Business Area Improvement Fund (SR 132) in the Department of Public Works (PW) by $15,170. (Districts 3,4)

DISCUSSION
The East Anaheim Street Business Association (EASBA) uses business license assessment funds to promote and market the commercial area along East Anaheim Street on behalf of businesses located in the East Anaheim Street Parking and Business Improvement Area (EASPBIA). The EASBA governs the assessment to be collected. To continue the assessment levy, State law requires that a public hearing be held on the proposed program and assessment.

The Assessment Report describes boundaries, proposed activities and budgetary information, as well as the method and basis for continuation of the assessment. The Assessment Report proposes no change in the boundaries, basis and method of levying the assessment, and no significant change in proposed activities. A copy of the Assessment Report is attached.

At its September 18, 2012 meeting, City Council approved Resolution No. RES-12-0092 granting approval of the Assessment Report, declaring the intention of the City Council to levy the assessment, and setting October 16, 2012 as the date of the public hearing. A hearing notice, including a copy of the resolution, was published in local media within seven days of the hearing date, as required.

State law further provides that the City Council shall hear and consider all protests against the assessment, program activities, boundaries of the area, and/or any benefit zone as proposed in the Assessment Report. The Fiscal Year 2013 (...

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